Shopee makes shopping convenient for a lot of us.
We can even make it more convenient by paying for our items using GCash.
This guide will teach you how to do it.
Can I transfer my money from GCash to Shopee?
Without a doubt, it’s a yes because GCash is seamlessly integrated into the Shopee app.
Most incoming payments to Shopee are considered as top ups, but there is a neat trick that you can do to get the most out of it.
If you are not in a hurry, you can save on bank transfer fees by topping up on ShopeePay and then proceeding to cash out your money to other banks.
You can cash in using your GCash account but you can also transfer the same fund from your Shopee Wallet back to GCash.
How to Pay Shopee Using GCash
Step 1: Select all the items in your shopping cart that you want to check out.
Step 2: Choose your preferred Shipping, Discount, and Coins Cashback vouchers.
Step 3: Toggle the button to Redeem Shopee Coins to save more.
Step 4: Click Check Out and check your delivery address.
Step 5: Select payment method, and then choose between cash in to ShopeePay or GCash under the Payment Center / e-Wallet.
Step 6: Proceed with your payment by entering your ShopeePay pin or biometrics, as applicable.
It is best to opt for the ShopeePay top up so that you can both avail of the usual free shipping vouchers, and also guarantee that the refund or return process would be easier on your side.
Can I use unverified GCash for ShopeePay?
Yes, both verified and unverified GCash accounts can be used to pay for your Shopee orders or ShopeePay Wallet top ups.
There is an interface that will appear wherein you will need to enter your GCash mobile number, one-time password (OTP), and PIN.
DragonPay facilitates the transaction which is free-of-charge.
ShopeePay and GCash gives you the best of both worlds — shopping from the comfort of your own home and secure payments.
Using GCash or other e-wallets for transactions gives you more peace of mind during the coronavirus pandemic.
Take the advantage of using ShopeePay Wallet and use GCash to fund your account.
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